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SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL AUXY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE I HAVE A BETTK ID64.1WV DON'T VOI cove HERE FoeoiuwK? IVIHAWJS I A MEWSPAPEK EDITOK AND HIS V By WILSON SCRUGGS MEAUWUILE: Mcououaoz gogm KOL'S [""«| HOTEL BOOM... fTj" ~ ' *' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN SOOVi VO«=»C£»v> ^VWi C*iO«S. TWi W>\V_ TCTC- •2,-/0 IWt fcy WtA S*nnc«. >»e. T.M. U3. p.t. Off. PRISCDLLA'S POP By AL VERMEEB IT MEANS OUR MONEY'S BUYING POWER 15 (SETTING ~" AND SM«LLtn, j|^ HA. CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER WHAT SCHOUKS 7 ITS FUNNY.. PEOPLE WITH WED TURN OUT IP THE LEAST CAUSE TO FEEL OUK SCHOOLS WKEVSUPEROU, AUE OFTEN THE AT TPE MEZCV OF M05T INTOLERANT! 5ELP-APPOJJTEP MORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVAIXI cxcx CKJALU Redlands Daily Facts 8 - Monday, Mar. 9,1959 OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY J. R. WILLIAMS THE SMJSLG FOOTER Terriers Defeat U. R. Frosh 2-1 The Terrier nine defeated the Bullpups 2-1 Saturday afternoon on the University diamond. Manny Ballcsteros, the man who likes to win his own ball games, struck out 12 Bullpups and drove in a Terrier run with the only base hit of the day for both teams. Larson scored for the U.R Frosh on errors in the second inning. In the third, Dolan won a walk and stole second to come all the way on Ballcsteros' sharp single to left. In the fifth, Ttozcma walked, and advanced on Nottingham's sacrifice. He scored the winning Terrier run on an error. Redlands Terriors AB Dolan, ss 3 Thomas, cf 3 Ballesteros, p 3 Bobo, c 3 Fox, rf w 3 Fernandez, If 3 Cloud, 2b _ 2 Rozema. 3b 1 Nottingham, lb 2 R 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 23 2 Redlands U. Frosh AB R II Golnick. 2b 3 0 0 Taylor, If 3 0 0 Redman, cf 3 0 0 Wallace, ss 3 0 0 Larson, 3b 3 10 Spcncc, lb 2 0 0| Miller, rf 3 0 0 Brown, c 2 0 0, Hoese, p 10 0 Nelson, p (5) 0 0 0, , Totals 23 1 0 Runs bv innings: R. H. E R.H.S 001 010 0—2 I U.R. Frosh 010 000 0—1 0 Errors — Cloud, Nottingham 2, Taylor, Wallace 2, Larson, Brown RBI — Ballesteros; DP — in 4th Hoese - Goldniek-Spcnce: LOB — Terriers 5, Bullpups 3; BB—Bal­ lcsteros 2, Hoese 4; SO—Ballesteros 12, Hoese 2, Nelson 3; win ning pitcher—Ballesteros. EXPERIENCED EYE —Pee Wee Reese—now a Dodger coach—watches as Sandy Koufax, left-handed pitcher, works on the sliding pit at Los Angeles' Vero Beach, Fla.. layout SMU Basketball Star Perishes In Guest House Fire HUSTON, La. (UPI) — Funeral services were scheduled today for All-Southwest Conference basketball player Bobby James of Southern Methodist University who perished Sunday when fire destroyed a guest house in which he was sleeping. Teammates will serve as pallbearers at the services held this afternoon at the Trinity Methodist Church here. James. 20, apparently tried to, escape from the burning two-bed-| room guest house that was connected to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. James His body was found on the floor. The body of his pet dog was found under a bed. Fire Chief James Mabry said that a ( preliminary investigation indicated that James suffocated before the fire destroyed his room. His parents did not know the house was on fire until they heard the sidens from the fire trucks. The basketball player, home from his studies for the weekend, had complained of feeling cold when he came home Saturday- night, an uncle, Floyd James, said. Firemen believed the firel started from a bathroom wall! heater. The unpretentious youngster had won honorable mention in the United Press International All- American selections and had been a top student in business adminis tration at SMU. He was a junior. Colton Frosh Beat Optimists The Colton Frosh defeated the Redlands Optimist Club tennis team 6-4 at Colton Saturday. Singles: Ciano <R> over Faris 6-1, 6-1; Sage iC> over Stevning 8-6. 7-9, 6-2; Ritchie <C> over Bohrnsted 6-3, 3-6, 6-3; Bcrgcr (C) over Jimenez 6-3, 6-4; McKenna (C) over Vcrdieck 0-6, 6-3, 6-3; Stryker (R) over Wiest 3-6, 7-5, 6-3. Doubles: Goldie and Green <C> over Meadow and Dibillo 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; Grainger and Massie (R) over Vandyke and Kelly 6-2, 64. Redlands Net Team Downs All-Stars 7-2 Cincy Blows First Chance To Wrap Up Title Riverside Poly Picked To Win CBL Title The Riverside Poly Bears arc going to win the CBL baseball crown again this year. So said CBL coaches and sports- { writers at the annual Orange Empire Sportswriters Association preseason banquet last night at Linko's Cafe in Colton. The writers had hedlands tagged for third spot, behind Colton, but the coaches think the Terriers will finish fifth. In the pre-ballot talks by the coaches on their prospects, Terrier Coach Jay Kime said he would be pushing for top spot if he could keep illness and injury out of the lineup. ' The Terriers have a 3-1 season record so far. Bulldogs Edge Cal Poly 4 -3 The Bulldog varsity nine notched its first victory of the season by edging Cal Poly at Pomona 4-3 Saturday afternoon. Catcher Dick Beiden belted three hits, one a homer. Bob Link had two in four trips. Jim Sharp started on the mound for the Bulldogs and went five innings before George Larsen came on to finish. The UR horsehiders now hold a 1-1-1 record, and host Los Angeles State tomorrow at 3 p.m. Score by innings: R. H. E. U. of R 002 000 200—4 7 3 Cal Poly ....110 000 001—3 11 2 Sharp, Larsen (6) and Beiden; Keffloff and Roya. United Press International The last two berths in the already-begun NCAA major-college basketball tournament may be filled tonight—unless those pesky St. Louis Biliikens can hand Oscar Robertson and his Cincinnati teammates their second straight^ upet. Robertson and Co. blew their| first chance to wrap up the Mis souri Valley Coherence title, and with it an NCAA berth, when they took an 84-66 shellacking from Bradley Saturday night. Now Cincinnati is down to Its last game of the regular season and that's at home tonight against St. Louis, which will be one of the seeded teams in the National Invitation Tournament opening in New York on Thursday. If Cincinnati loses this one, too, it will finish the conference race in a tie with Bradley and force a playoff game between the two on Wednes day at Wichita, Kans. Win Means NCAA Berth If Cincinnati wins tonight, the Bearcats qualify for an NCAA berth against Texas Christian Fri day night in the Lawrence, Kan. regional. And Bradley, at last eliminated from the league race, would be free to accept the last remaining berth in the 12-team NIT. The other empty NCAA berth will definitely be settled tonight, because it goes to the winner of the New Mexico State-Arizona State U. game at Las Cruces N..M. These two teams, along with Texas Western, tied for the Border Conference title. New Mexico State eliminated Texas Western. 55-48. in a first playoff game Saturday. Tonight's winner goes on to meet Idaho State in an NCAA first-rounder, probably at Pocatello, Idaho, Wednesday. The NCAA tournament actually- got under way tfith a single game] at Portland, Ore., last Saturday- night in which DePaul scored a 57-56 thriller over Portland. Portland notched two baskets in the last 35 seconds but fell short as Bill Haig led DePaul to victory with 19 points. The Blue Demons thus qualified to meet nationally top-ranked Kansas State at Lawrence Friday night. Playoffs Clinch Berths Saturday also saw two of the last four NCAA berth? clinched, both as a result of playoff games. Dartmouth, defending I v y League champion, retained that crown by beating Princeton, 6968, at New Haven, Conn., on Rudy' La Russo's layup basket just at the final gun. Bowling Green of Ohio captured the Mid-American Conference crown by trouncing Miami of Ohio, 76-63,* at Dayton. College basketball actually will be a four-ring circus this week as the regular season comes to an end with a sprinkling of games and play is on tap in the NCAA major and small college tourna ments, the NIT, and the NAIA small-college tournament. The Bulldog tennismen downed the Senior Vets All-Stars 7-2 Sat urday afternoon on the University courts. Varsity score was 4-2, Frosh 3-0. Meanwhile, the Bulldog Jayvees mashed Claremont Mens College 8-1 at Claremont. Coach Jim Verdieck's netters will carry a 12-0 season match record when they invade the Uni versity of California at Riverside tomorrow at 2 p.m. Varsity singles: Bill Laurie (V) def. Ernie Peiton 6-3. 64; Henry Leicht/ried (UR) def. Francis Gay, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3; Chili Earl (UR) def. Joe Ciano 6-3, 6-3; Amos Otis (V) def. Bill Harader 64, 6-2. Doubles: Earl-Leichtfried (UR) def. Gay-Wakefield 6-1, 9-7; Pel ton-Mann (UR) def. Ciano-Otis 6-3, 4-6, 6-2. Final score—UR 4, Veterans 2. Freshman singles: Ron Sandy. (UR) def. Bill Smith 8-6, 64; Willie Smith (UR) def. Jack Wakefield 6-3, 64. Doubles: Sandys-Smith (UB) def. Smith-Laurie 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. Final score—Freshmen 3, Veterans 2. Jayvees: Scroth (UR) def. Smith 108, 6-3; Vieten (UR) def. Wright 64, 6-3: Anderson (UR) def. Smith! 6-1, 6-3; McNeil (UR) def. Stewart 6-0, 6-0; Tanimoto (UR) def. Alsup 8-1. 6-0; Bradley (C) def. Waggon er 6-1, 6-1. Doubles: Scroth - McNeil (UR) def. Smith-Wright 6-2, 6-2; Vieten- Anderson (UR) def. Stewart-Smith 64, 6-3; Tanimoto-Waggoner (UR) def. Bradley-Alsup 2-6, 6-3, 64 Final score—UR JV 8, Claremont 1. U. R. Track Team Sets Two Records The Redlands Bulldogs set two new meet records at the SPAAATJ Relays at East Los Angeles JC Saturday. D. Verdon put the shot 51'6" away from the mark, destroying the old record of 50'3'.2" held by Elwess oi Pepperdine. In the 880 relay, the team ol M. Lovenburg, J. Wallace, B. Roethlisberger and R. DeVos combined to break the tape at 1:28.7, topping the old record of 1:29.2 held by San Diego State. The records • were set in the College Division of the meet. The relay time was the fastest time made in all divisions, topping tho I University of Southern California Open Division effort of 1:28.8. The same four posted a 43.1 in winning the 440 relay, setting a new Bulldog varsity record in the process. Other Redlands eitorts were: Varsity 2 mile relay: J. Rhone, J. Rankin. L. Ward, J. Scribner, second, 8.02 (new Bulldog record). Ward turned in a 1.59 830 lap. Mile relay: first, 3:24, M. Lovenburg. J. Scribner, J. Anderson, R. DeVos. Anderson turned in a 49.1 440 lap. Shot put: second, K. Hurlbert, 47W«". Pole vault: first, J. Janewicz, 13'6", second C. Brooks, 12'6". R. Dermody won the high jump and J. Habner took third in the broad jump. Frosh 440 relay: third, 44.3 (new Bull- pup record i, C. Gledhill, D. Armstrong, B. Rogers, F. Nieder- meycr. The same four won the 880 relay at 1:30.7 for another Bullpup record. Mile relay: second, 3:31, F. Niedermeyer, L. Lcomis, J. Pullam, C. Gledhill. Shot put: third, V. Stater, 46'- 7Vi". First place in this event won by Dallas Long of USC witli a heave of 62' ^i" for a new national Frosh record. High jump: B. Roenkke, first, 6' Delaney, Lawrence Set Records Stanford Wins Swim Meet LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Two University of Southern California swimmers set new NCAA records over the week end in the Pacific Coast Conference Southern Divi sion championships, but Stanford won the event, 16M48'2. SC's Murray Rose set a new 440-yard free style record of j 4:22.6. nearly six seconds better than the old mark of 4:28.4 established by Ford Konno of Ohio State in 1955. Charles Bittick, Rose's teammate, splashed to a 56.3-second ictory in the 100-yard backstroke to eclipse the old record of 56.5 set by Yoshi Oyakawa of Ohio State in 1955. John Jurgcnscn of Stanford set, a new PC Southern Division record in the 100-yard butterfly race with 55.9 clocking. The old mark of 56." was set by Ron Volmer of California in 1957. ' MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) — Irish miler Ron Delany and Australian two miler Al Lawrence, fresh from world-record breaking performances, feature the finest field ever tonight in the eighth running of the Milwaukee Journal Games. Two other world record holders are in the assemblage of nearly 500, but Delany and Lawrence will get most of the attention. Delany scored the greatest and most popular victory of his career Saturday night in the Knights of Columbus games in New York by winning his 31st straight indoor mile in world record time of 4:01.4. He was pushed to the record by Hungarian Istvan Rozsa- volgyi, who'll be chasing hira again here tonight. Lawrence, a black haired little Australian who had trouble "fighting himself into form," ran the two mile in the world record time of 8:46.8. Only a couple of weeks ago he was 18 seconds over his Saturday night clocking. Opposing him here tonight will be another little fellow. Max Truax of Los Angeles, who holds the meet record of 8:56.7. The other record holders are pole vaulters Don Bragg, of Philadelphia, and Bob Gutowski, of the Quantico Marines. Bragg has the top indoor mark of 15 feet, 9 inches, and Gutowski is highest outdoor with 15 feet, 9 inches. They've met eight times this year, and Gutowski has yet to win. CANADIANS SIGN BACK VANCOUVER (UPI)—The British Columbia Lions announced Friday the signing of Freddie Lee Ford, a halfback from California Poly Technical Institute at San Luis Obispo, Calif. Ford gained 515 yards in 65 carries for a 7.t average last season. Fraley Picks Yankees, Braves For 7959 Series By OSCAR FRALEY. United Press International McGUIRE TOPS GUESTS NEW YORK (UPI)—Frank Mc Guire, coach of North Carolina's fifth - ranked college basketball team, returns to the scene of tiis earliest triumphs March 15 when he will be one of the featured guests at the annual communion breakfast of Xavier High School in-New York City. McGuire. who also coached St. John's University, got his first coaching job at iXavicr. NEW YORK (UPI)—This is the time of year when hope springs eternal in the baseball training camps but, at the risk of breaking 14 managerial hearts. Fearless Fraley must announce to a palpitating public today that once again this season it will be the Yankees and Braves. Most of my cohorts are busily bird-dogging the managerial masterminds at this moment. Risking sunburn, falling cocoanuts, the distraction of beauties in bathing suits and indigestion from stone crabs, they are so confused that most of them will tell you it will be an eight-team tie for first place in each major league. Let it be said here, unequivocally, positively and almost without a shade of a doubt, that one club will emerge triumphantly in each circuit—and that the New York Yankees will put the boffo on the Milwaukee Braves in the World Series. Actually it was easy. Since the World Scries my baseball investigations have consisted of a fishing discourse with Ted Williams, a rambling sermon on the effec­ tiveness of various types of wrist watches at the feet of Casey Stengel, a golf date with Eddie Sawyer and a discussion of the merits of coronas vs. panatellas with Joe Cronin. Taking all of this valued information and analyzing it carefully while, for proper atmosphere, sipping frozen orange juice in Bresnahan's authentic Finnish steam baths. Old Fearless now can give you the finish of the pennant races. Amercan League 1, New York Yankees; 2, Detroit Tigers; 3. Chicago White Sox; 4, Cleveland Indians; 5, Boston Red Sox; 6, Baltimore Orioles; 7, Kansas City Athletics and 8, Washington Senators. National League 1, Milwaukee Braves; 2, Pittsburgh Pirates; 3, Cincinnati Reds; 4. Los Angeles Dodgers; 5, San Francisco Giants; 6, St. Louis Cardinals; 7, .Chicago Cubs and 8, Philadelphia Phillies. This, naturally, takes all the fun out of the whole season now that the entire finishing lineup is disclosed. Confession should be made however, that there may be * few unforeseeable changes here and there.

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